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Aug 29, 2020

Tonight's guest, Matt, was featured on Episode 309. On that show, he told us about the encounters he and his family had experienced at his family's home, in Estes Park, Colorado. Matt considered the encounters he had experienced, up to the time when we recorded that show as being very intense. What he didn't know at the...


Aug 22, 2020

In Episode 315, Big Mo told us about the terrifying encounter he and his 1st Sargeant, "Top" had. Even though that show was close to 2 hours long, there were several things Mo wanted to share that he didn't. After the show aired and he received so many questions about his encounter, from listeners, there are several...


Aug 11, 2020

On this bonus episode of the show, tonight’s guest, Joanna, is going to talk about 2 encounters she had, as a teenager, in the woods behind her parent’s home. Joanna describes herself as being a rebellious teenager back then. When she’d get in trouble back then, she used to run into those woods, where she’d hide...


Aug 8, 2020

Near Harker Heights, Texas, which isn’t too far from Killeen is a lake called Stillhouse Hollow Lake. If you ever go there, it would be in your best interest to stay alert. You see, like in many other parts of Texas, there’s a healthy population of wild hogs around Stillhouse Hollow Lake. As tonight’s guest,...


Aug 1, 2020

In 1981, a large military exercise was held at Fort Polk, in Louisiana. 6 or 7 different Army Divisions were in attendance for the exercise. While that exercise was going on, tonight’s guest, “Big Mo,” had a very intense Dogman encounter. At the time of his encounter, “Mo” was with his 1st Sergeant. A man who...